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THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 2i, 1936 13 Desperate Cards Save Lead by Half Game Margin BASEBALL PLAYOFFS OPEN HERE TONIGHT TpINAL, spurts by the city ball •*• clubs for championships In all leagues will bo started at the fairgrounds tonight when tlio men's and girls' circuits open play-offs. At 7 o'clock, the Mears Lumber and Coca-Cola squads open fire in the first of the games for supremacy in the feminine loop. At 8 o'clock, a couple of Industrial clubs in Ho- Ban Oil and Teaco will clash In the first of the series for the coin- puny bunting. This tilt will bo followed by a game between Y. M. C. A. and Tdeco. \vhh:h will end the National Open slate. All ot the foregoing- games will be held on the big dlnmond. , Shatter Cleaners will meet the Owls in the last of the American Open League tilts n'nd Blngor A. C, will tangle with the Y. M. C. A. Tomorrow will see tho start of the Open Lougue play-off with Hogan, Anglo Bank and Shell Oil starting off a round robin. During this tourney, each team will meet the other twice. The winner of the round robin will meet«tho champ of the American branch between Hogan, Texaco and Blnger, Norwalk Gas I.H not In the play-oft as it chose to enter the Exarmnor tourney. Tho time of the tournament In tho south and tho tourney hero conflicts and tho Gas House gang forfeited. Shell Is subbing for Norwalk as it had tho runner-up spot In the Open National loop. Filipino and Japanese Ring Stars Preparing for Clash M AURICIO SERIA, Filipino bantamweight, will arrive in this city Tuesday to complete his training grind for his 10-round main event with Uede "Watanabo here Wednesday night. Tho Filipino, who stopped Johnny Marlbcll in two rounds hero in his only local showing, added the scalp of Panama Franklc Brown to his collection at Stockton last Tuesday night when he scored a one-round knockout victory. Serla is undefeated since his ar rival from Manila and Is scheduled to meet Louis Sallca, former bantamweight champion of the world, upon the latter's arrival In Los Angeles. Watanabo Is a recent arrival from Japan, where ho fought the best boys of his weight, Including Piston Horlguchi, whom he held to a draw The Japanese is rated one of the belter young fighters to Invade these shores and is the first of his race to come here'since Joe Tieken. Fellows Defeats Bakersfield Club In the first of a three-game series the Fellows ball club nosed out the Bakersfleld Athletics 11 to 10 yesterday at Recreation Park. The Fellows nine staged a hitting duel with the 14 hits. Bunched clouts by the West locals in shading Balcersfield 15 to 14 hits. Bunched clouts by the West Sideps won them the day. • It was in the second spasm of tho tilt JMoncler of the invaders thumped out a homer with the bases loaded. Endlcott of the same club turned In his usually consistent game. Ctillen- ward of Bakersfleld was outstanding on the mound and finished out a busy day with three hits. Ship Carrying Sea Scouts Jiets Food (United 1'ress Leaned W(r,c) SAX 'PEDRO, Aug. 24. — Coast guard headquarters here was informed today that the windjammer Pacific Queen, carrying u crew of Ren Scouts, had been contacted by the freighter Mauna Loa and supplied with provisions. The Pacific Queen had radioed • from 700 miles southwest of here a rcciuost that emergency provisions be rushed to her. A coast guard patrol boat, the Pcrsryis. was sent out with food for tho 30 Sea Scouts and two regular seamen aboard the sailing ship. The plea for provisions, however, was intercepted by tho Mauna Loa which steamed off Its course to fur- nish'the supplies and then radioed that tho Pacific Queen no longer needed aid. Previously the square-rigged ship had not been heard from since August 8 when she v,-as contacted off Baja California, by the Perseus. UKTAINS MST CROWN ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24. (U. P.)—Miss Elizabeth Deikc, Los Angeles public parks star, today holds tho United States public parks singles tillo foi the second straight year. The Pacific coast star yesterday retained tho championship sho won last year at New Orleans. Sho defeated Helen Gcrmalno of New York, 6-4, 7-5. * « * REGATTA WINNKR RED BANK, N. .1.. Aug. 24. (U. P. Melvln Crook, former Princeton col legian, retained his national sweep stakes title in Red Bank's annua .motor boat regatta yesterday bj winning the first two heats, thet coasting to a point victory in tho final 15-mile race. Marion Miley Is Defending Title SOUTH BEND, Ind., Aug. 24.— Marlon Mlley, Lexington, Ky., th defending champion, led a field o approximately 100 into an 18-hol' qualifying round in the women" western open golf tournament at th chaln-o-Lakcs course today. Mrs. Opal S. Hill, Kansas Cltj three times winner of the chair pionship, was paired with Iho dc fending champion in Ihe quallfyln play. Patty Berg, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Leona Cheney, Los Angeles. Calif., members of the Curtis cup golf team along with Mrs. Hill and Miss Mlley, were Included in Iho field. Miss Elizabeth Dunn, Indianapolis, ndlana women's champion, and [iss Harriet Randall, also of In- lanapolis, runner-up to Miss Dunn iis year, were among the leading ontenders. LINER SETS RECORD AS OWENS RETURNS lima, Greenfield Grocer, 'to Mix Gloves With Former Sailor F PIPEFULS ny r.Konr.E KIUKSKY I'nlttil 1'rew Htnff CnrrcM>on<leni HANK LIMA, tho Greenfield grocer, will meet Morrle Slow of he United States navy In a Coaturo bout Monday night under tho roof of tho Bakcrsfleld arena. The welterweights h«ad a card of seven ights which will bo opened at 8:30 o'clock. Frank Is still hoping to BOOM another knockout but he has a tough assignment with Slow. Mor- rle, according to reports, fought his way to top-notch rating with tho fleet's rlngmen and has high explo slvc In both hands. Boby Molina of DI Olorglo has been picked to fight Hut Thompson of Los Angeles in the seml-winduo. Promoter Woody Wood says he has chosen two tough boys to hold down the runner-up spot on tho program. Tackles Wagner Lupo Munoz of Bakersfleld will moot Franklo Wagner of Jeffries' Barn In the special event. Lupo Is rated as one of tho cleverest and fastest boys In the Baltersfleld leather circles. Frankle's stylo Is well known to the fans here and ho has a'largo following, among tho local arena patrons. Fine Card The rest of tonight's card will Include: Sflckoy Karrel of Bakersfleld versus Kddle Bondshu of East Bilk- ersflcld; Olllo Lewis ot Bakersfleld versus K. O. Johnnie of Shatter; Henry Johnson of Chlco versus Joe Vusquez of Los Angeles; Pranklo Boy of Bakersfleld versus Kid Salus of .Tefferles' Barn. i The arena officials warn reservation holders the reserved seats will not bo held later than 8 p. m. on | fight nights. i TEW YORK, Aug. 24. —Josao Owens returned today aboard the record-breaking liner Queen Mary from one of the greatest Olympics triumphs over achieved by au American athlete. America's triple record-breaker in tho Berlin games had only kind words for everyone and everything. Avcry Wrundnge, head of tho A. A. U., was a "fine man," he said. Fuehrer Adolf Hitler's failure to receive him after he won tho 100 meters dash didn't disappoint him, he said, because he realized thn German leader was a busy man and had to limit his time at tho games. Germans were good sportsmen and their organization of the games was fault less, he said. Reporters and members of Gov ernor Martin 1.. Davoy's Ohio reception cumtnltlro boarded tho vpssrl at Quarantine. lie wan present rd with 11 slop watch valued at $500 and a m-rnll from the proplo of ClovHimd, dedicated to IIJH Olympic feats. Jack Dempsoy welcomed Uwens homo In behalf of Mayor Florolla It. La Guardla. Tho athlete's wife, accompanied by Owens' father and mother, boarded the ship from the custom's culler at Quarantine. Tho track star's wife leaped forward as soon as sho saw him In a gangway and they remained embraced for several minutes. She left a heavy scarlet mark of her lips on his lips and f»cc< and he refused to erase tho marks throughout tho on- tiro receiving ceremony and Interview with the press. Amateur Golfers Doubles Net Play JACK OF 90 CIUOPHANE WtAPH DOMINO THE miLD CIGRnETTE You're happier with STANDARD GASOLINE STANDINGS COAST LEAGUE AVon Lost Pet. ortland 82 70 .539 Seattle 81 71 .633 an Diego 80 72 .B2C Oakland 10 23 .D20 Mission 78 74 .513 IDS Angeles 76 7C .500 San Francisco- 72 SO .474 Sacramento 62 94 .397 Yesterday's Results Portland, 9-3; Los Angeles, 5-4. Sacramento, 7-0; San Diego, 3-5. Mission, 3-3; Oakland, 2-2. San Francisco, 7; Seattle, 2. Games Tomorrow Los Angeles at Seattle. San Francisco at Portland. Sacramento at Mission. Oakland at San Diego. AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet After State Cup (AaaaciateA I'ren Leaned H'lrrJ DEL MONTE, Aug. 2-1.—Mor'o than 350 golf hopefuls, their ambitions aimed at the title held by Jack Gains of Glcndalc, teed off here today In qualifying play of the 1938 California amateur championship. (Jains, on hand to defend his title, faced tho challenge of such favorites as Uogor Kelly, Los Angeles; Don Edwards and Ernest Pleper, Jr., San Jose; Stuart Ilawley, Oakland; Frank Dolp, Sun Francisco; and Tom Dwyer, Sacramento. .The first half of the 36-holc qual- • Ifylng round will bo played today and the second half tomorrow. Match play will .start tomorrow. •>«» RACE 1'H.OT KIU,HD MILWAUKEE, Aug. 24. (U. P.)— George "Doc" Mackenzie, 30, racing driver, died last night of Injuries received during the day when his car collided with another driven by George Connors of San Bernardino In the feature race at the Wisconsin state fair. Mackenzie last week set SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 24.—The n , 1CW wo ,. ld ^^^ for tllo dlrt mllo> jost office buzzed with activity when t ]rlvln" it In :38.G7. wo pounds of bees escaped a bat- ! " ... ered container. Federal employes found what it meant to be stung. The bees, natives of Louisiana, .ook advantage ot unexpected freedom to vent long scaged tempers. They darted In and out of mall slots, buzzed viciously around heads of dodging postal employes, turned ieavy artillery on several men who attempted to chase them from the post office. Then came brave Frank A. Olsen, j department employe and apiarist, j Ho set up a hive in tho yard. AYIth Featured in East CIIICSTNUT HILL, Mass., Aug. 24.—Play In tho national doubles tennis _ championships begins on Longwood'a {grass courts today with 32 men's and 24 women's teams. Tho veterans Wllmcr Allison of Texas and John Van Ttyn of Philadelphia, 193H men's champions, faced a field of predominantly youthful challengers topped by the Uavls cup pair. Don Budge and Oeno Mako of California. Though beaten by Allison and Van llyn In last year's finals, Don and (!ono have since beaten the champions 10 Union In 10 meetings and arc favored. They defeated Frank Parker and Gregory Mangln, New Jersoyltos, for Iho Newport Casino doubles tltlo Saturday. pIUS old briar nlno was plcknd •-•"• and puffed manfully by Crawford during tho ah- of I his Janitor of this column on n vacation. John not only puffed manfully hut exhaled nciit. HplralH. miiokn rliiRH and made a flnr display proving the old adage that whore (hero IH Hinoko (.hero IH fire. Thn janitor of Plpcfnls IH accordingly grateful and doiibUoHK II!HO wore a good many readers for tho change. During the aforementioned Interlude this depart did name desultory research and Is prepared to advance, tentatively at. any rate tho following conclusions: There Is plenty of room In Grand Canyon for more safety razor blades. At the ral.o old razor blades aru being dumped into the canyon this department estimates the abyss will not ho filled for more than three years. Hundreds of former Itinerants arc jacking up their houses, putting roller skates under them and towing them behind flivvers as auto trailers. Auto trailers of all sizes and shapes and InureaHlng numbers wore dodged, vaulted and avoided on highways. For cooking the epidermal layers there Is no sun like a California sun nor no beaches llko California beaches, I'lIKVKNT I'lllES- — BOB FELLER DURING FIRST START SHOWS SENSATIONAL STYLE Diamond Dust <j>- Kovacevich Wins Second in Races Two Pounds Bees Out on Rampage IA modaled rrcxt Leaned Wire) New York 78 Cleveland 67 Dotroit 65 Chicago 63 41 53 06 67 69 02 76 78 .558 .53 .525 .492 .36 .355 SLOOP NEAVPORT I1ARUOK, Calif., Aug. 24. (A. P.)—A now record of eight consecutive victories was claimed today by AVlllliim Slaters six-meter sloop Lanal of tho Los Angeles Yacht Club. Slater sailed to his eighth triumph yesterday In Iho conclusion of tho post-southern California regatta championships Sunday, followed by Richard Schayer in the Xalad. John Kovacevich won second place In point standings for class F racing runabouts at tho Shaver lako regalia yesterday. The Arviu pilot of the Muscat Kid, a water churning outboard, won first place In Iho Inlllal heat and copped third In tho second heat. lie will enter with' the Muscat Kid In the national championship races to bo held In Oakland, August 13. lly Sll) AMCx'Inlfd Prim Niwrt» Wrllci A/OU have to hand It to that gas house gang. They're toughest when *- the chips are down. Kor u few lunirs yesterday. It looked as though the wild-rushing (limits had taken tho bit In Ihnlr tooth and tho National League load In their hands by knocking off tho Moslem Decs In both ends of a doubleheader, .'t lo 2 and fl to I. Then Ihe Cards came through In tho clutch. They camo from behind In the first gamo of their twin bill with Pittsburgh to chalk up a 7 to !! win, and pulled up In tho last three Innings of tho nightcap to earn i 6-all tie and save their first placed— ~~ by half a gamo. | , t ,—__* Tho American League meantime uncovered a 17-year-old hoy "wonder," the Indians' Hob Keller—in ills first big league start. Me hold tho St. Louis Browns to six hits for a •! to I win, and fanned 1!> battcm, falling Just short of tho American League strikeout record. This victory boosted tho Tribe half a game In their chiisu of tho pennant- hound New York Yankees, who man- ngi'd only a split with their season- lung punching bugs, thn Ilcd Hox, thereby cutting their pace-setting margin to 11',4 games. Lou Gohrlg's fortieth homer helped win thn oponor, Ii-3, after which the Sox, smarting under 12 straight defeats at the hands of murderers' row, landed on thn league's leading pitcher, Bump Hartley, for a ti-3 triumph. Cubs Kelt lleds Tho Cubs finally showed some signs of returning, to form by belting the Cincinnati Reds 7-0, behind Larry Kronen's four-hit pitching. Tho (.Slants had fine pitching yes torday, with Fred Fltzslmmons turn Ing In a six-hit Job In the oponor and Hiil Schumacher producing an eight hitter In the nightcap. Tho Cards en the other hand, got little, If any first-elans hurling, and had to depend on hitting. Solemn Win Twice Tho White Sox pulled back Into a contending spot for tho American League's third spot by downing the Tigers. 4-2. The Senators droppot Hit! Athlotlcs twice. Polo Apploton allowing five hits In winning tho opener. 9-3. The nightcap dectsloi PUBLIC OFFICIAL The Week-End was 9-B. Tho Dodgers beat tho Phillies 0-5 but tho Phils 1 blasted Van Mungo nnd two othnr Brooklyn pitchers to win tho nightcap, [>-3. i Yankee Track Stars I Continue Conquests (\xtnf\nifA rrn»» Leaned Wire) Hob Keller, Indians — Hold Ill-owns to I) lilts mid strucU out 10 In first iniijor IPHRUO start. Travis .IncUnon mid Hal Schu- miichor, (limits—Former batted In all winners' runs In 3-2 doubleheader n|i«n«r win a (fill n»t Dees; Schumacher pitched eight-hit ball In nighti'iip. Lurry French, Cuba—Hold Reds to four nlngli'8 for 7-0 win. Joe DIMngRlo, Yutiku, and ilolinny Kroner, lied Sox—Former hit homer and double, batting In two runs In doubleheader opener win; Kroner drove in four runs In nightcap with double and two singles. Art Garibaldi, Cardinal*—OroTe In throe runs with three singles In win over I'lrates. a "smoke" as his only weapon he entered the deserted building. He coaxed the queen bee into the hive outside. Soon the swarm followed. "Simple," said Olsen, and with a knowing wink at tho casualties, added: "You know, bees don't sting Norwegians." ' Washington 152 Boston 60 St. Louis 44 Philadelphia 43 Yesterday's Games Washington, 9-9, Philadelphia, 3-0 New York, 5-3, Boston, 3-0. Chicago, 4; Detroit, 2. Cleveland, 4; St. Louis, I. Games Today Chicago at Detroit. (Only game scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. St. Louis 72 4G .615 New York 72 46 .610 Chicago 68 00 .576 Plttsburg 61 58 .513 Cincinnati 56 61 .479 Boston 63 U4 .453 Brooklyn 47 70 .402 Philadelphia 41 76 .350 Yesterday's Results St. Louis, 710; Pittsburgh, 3-6 (second game called end of tenth Inning on account of darkness). Brooklyn, 6-3; Philadelphia, 5-5. Chicago, 71 Cincinnati, 0. New York, 3-6; Boston, "-1. Games Today Cincinnati at Chicago. VANDALIA TRAP MEET VANDALIA. Ohio, Aug. 24. (U. P.) The keenest eyes of the nation were trained along shotgun barrels today In the thirty-seventh annual Grand American Trapshooting tournament. With three days or preliminary shooting concluded and two minor championships—the Yandalla open and tho International open—decided in yesterday's firing, th.e amateur and professional marksmen will spend nearly all of this week in shooting up thousands of clay pigeons to decide a dozen championships. HORIZONTAL 1, 5 Government official. 14 To prevent. 16 Form or "be." 17 In the future. 18 To run out. 19 Nothing. 20 Completed. 21 Recompense 23 Preposition. 24 You and I. 25 Myself. 27 Position in time. ,48 dold pros 29 Meanly tricky pcc ti n e 33 To handle. Answer to Previous Puzzle VERTICAL 13 Scarlet. 15 Fungi tissue. 22 To depend. 24 As John Buchan he is a well- known —— 26«Ordcr. 28 A panel. 30 Ocean. 31 Wagon. 32 Sheltered place. 33 Tiny vegetable 38 Seasoned. 42 Pedal digit. 43 Unit. 34 Virginia willow 35 Affirmative. 86 Tree.' 97 Russian emperors. 89 And. 40 Venomous snake 41 To make lace 43 Grain. 45 Rodent. method. 51 Boggy land. 53 Tidier. ITodnnkdog-^S-^ fashion. 47 Threefold. 2 Eats to excess. 49 Branch. 3 Network. 55 Left aground. < Sketched 57 Carried. 58 Witticism. 60 Slow 62 He is an appointed official in 63 His title, general. 6 Rod. 7 Silkworm. 8 Snaky fish. 0 Pronoun. 10 Males. 11 To unfasten, 12 Frozen Avaterfalls. 50 In. 51 Spore "plant. 52 Tare root, 54 Data. 56 Nominal value. 57 Before Christ. 09 Giant king of Bashan. 61 Either. imUBAKEK TRAINS LOS ANGELES, Aug. 24. (U. P.)— Phil Brubaker, Dlnuba, Calif., heavyweight, today went Into training hero for his bout September 1, with Pepo Del Rio, Mexican boxer, the former Divinity student's first fight since Jack Sharkey knocked him out in New York several months ago. » » » LITTLE HOPE FOR PILOT NEAV YORK, Aug. 24. (A. P.)— Little hope was held today for tho recovery of James Mills, midget auto driver of Los Angeles, who has been unconscious since ho was Injured Wednesday in a collision at Madison Square Garden. MONSTKR MELON LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 24. (A. P.)—It cost him $20.98 In transportation charges, but Colonel Albert A. Rogers believes ho has senl his son the granddaddy of tho Arkansas watermelon crop. Ho found the 135- pound melon at Hope and shipped It to his son, Archie A. Rogers of Boston. (.\HAoelfitctl f'rcat Lrtmcil \Yire) PAIUS.—American Olympic athletes win Kl events lo dcfeal Japan and France in triangular track meet. KARLSTAD. Sweden. — Touring American track stars win four events in international meet. NEWPORT, R. ].—Uobby Illggs o* LOH Angeles defeats Krankio Parker, S-U, ti-4, 8-10, 3-li, (i-1, In Newport casino tennis finals; Don Itiuhje and fieno Mako of California rout Park and Gregory .Mangln In doubles. MANCHESTER. Mass. — H'jlen Jacobs conquers Alice Marble, ti-3, 0-6, 6-4, to win EIKCX Club Invitation tennis tourney; Miss Marble and Kay Fitammors beat Miss Jacobs and Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Faliyan, 8-0, 2-6, 8-6. | ST. LOUIS.—Ellzabelh Dclko of Pasadena, retains national public parks tennis crown, beating- Helen Germnlne, 6-1, 6-1; Ted Drewos and , Hob Norton win men's doubles, dc! foaling Scolt Rexinger and Stuarl , Cornell, 6-1, 6-2, 3-6, (i-3. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.—.Uls- I'overy makes comeback to win \Vhltney stakes by 8 lengths over Mrs. William /.lexer's Esposa. | .M1LWAUKEIC. — George, (Doc) | MacKen/.le, noted unto race driver, killed In crash as Hilly Wlnn wins 25-mllo race. SPRINC.FIKLD. III. -- Wilbur Shaw wins 100-mile iiutu raee after \vurld reeord for mil"' on dirt track li broken twice In tria.Is. PHILADELPHIA.—Harry Kelley, Athletics rookie mound, .star, undergoes appendleits operation; out for rest of season. NI ! :\V YORK.—Lou OohrlK hits 1 fortieth home run of season. (AHtoclnted 1'renii I,caned Wire) KAULSTAD, Sweden, Aug. 24.— American track and field stars continued their European conquests today, with tho addition of victories In International competition hero. Foy Draper, University of Southern California sprinter, whose home Is In Whlttler, Calif., ran two groat duelN with Marthlnus Theunlssen of South Africa, losing Iho 100-motor dash by a hair, but winning tho 200- metnr classic by Inches. Tlmerfi 1 watches caught both In 10.13 seconds In the 100, and 22.1 In tho 200-motcrs races. Ken Carpenter of Compton, Calif., captured his specialty by flinging the discus 162 feet. 3 43-64 Inches; Karl Mradows, another Trojan, took first In thn polo vault with a 133 feet, 15-3IMm:h leap. League Leaders Tigers 44 Yankees and Yankees 40 73rown« 28 11-3 ' BF.VKUI.Y, MaSH.- | beats Leslie Pawnon i national 'Ju-kllometer -Lou Gregory by 1 yard In rond run. WINS NET TITLK CIIAIILKVOIX. Mlnli., Aug. 24. (U. I 1 .)----Ernest Slitter, national In- torcolloRlitti; tennis champion, added the Michigan Riviera tlllo lo his growing stork ul' laurels today after defeating Harris Cuggcshall, DCS MidnoN, in., defending ehuinplori, (i-4. iM, 4-ti. 6-'.', In the final mutches Sunday. (Aisoetaleit Prem Leaned Wire) AMERICAN Batllng—Averlll, Indians .385; Och rig, Yankees .379. Huns—Ciehrlg. Yankees 140; Oeh ringer, Tigers 120. Runs baited in—-Trosky, Indians 122; Gehrig, Yankees 120. Hits—Averlll, Indians 186; Geh ringer, Tigers 177. Doubles — Gehrlnger Walker, Tigers 41. Triples—Di Magglo, Averlll, Indians 13. Home runs—-(iehrlg, Trosky, Indians 35. Stolen bases—Lary, \Vei-bei-, Red Sux 20. Pitching—lladley. Yankees Pearson, Yankees 16-5. NATIONAL Ratting—Mlze, Cardinals .370; Med wick, Cardinals .367. Runs—.1. Martin, Cardinals 102 Ott, Giants 9.I. Runs batted In—Medwlck. Cardl nals 117; Ott, Giants 107. Hits—Medwlck, Cardinals 179; Do maree, Cubs 166. Doubles—Medwlck, Cardinals 47 Herman, Cubs 44. Triples—Camilll. Phillies 12; Good man, Reds II. Homo runs—Oil, (.Slants 27; Klch Phillies and Merger, Hees 21. Stolen bases—J. Martin, Cardinal 19: S. Martin. Cardinals 18. Pltehlii(, r --l.ucas. Pirates 11-3; llul bell, lil.uils 1S-0: French Cubs l.V. and (lumber!, Glanta 9-3. • Take • friendly tip —don't gamble on tlrett A blow-out may throw your car out of control— may mean • Knout, costly accident. Play safe. Get • §et o* Goodrich Silvertown Tirei.Then you'll have the protection of the Life-Saver Golden Ply, a layer el special rubber and full-floating cordt, scientifically treated to resist the heat generated I'nsiVfetha tire by today's high speeds. By resisting this heat, th« Golden Ply keeps rubber and fabric from separating. It keeps blister! from forming. And when you prevent the blister you prevent the high speed blow-out. Silver- towns cost much less than other super-quality tires.'Come in today. BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY A. 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